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A Quietist Jihadi

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A Quietist Jihadi
Cambridge University Press
9781107022072 - A Quietist Jihadi - The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi - By Joas Wagemakers
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A Quietist Jihadi

The Ideology and Influence of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi

Joas Wagemakers

Radboud University Nijmegen

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© Joas Wagemakers 2012
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Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication data

Wagemakers, Joas, 1979–
A quietist jihadi : the ideology and influence of Abu Muhammad
al-Maqdisi / Joas Wagemakers.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-1-107-02207-2 (hardback) – ISBN 978-1-107-60656-2 (paperback)
1. Maqdisi, Abu Muhammad, 1959– 2. Salafiyah. 3. Jihad. 4. Islam and state.5. Muslim scholar – Jordan. I. Title.
BP80.M3255W34 2012
297.8ʹ1092–dc23 2011039454

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